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SubjectRe: Userspace compiler support of "long long"
Harald Arnesen <> wrote:

> Adrian Bunk <> writes:
> > Is there any userspace Linux compiler that does not support "long long"?
> > If yes, is there any other way to tell that something is a
> > 64bit int on 32bit architectures?
> TenDRA C:
> "test.c", line 6: Error:
> [ISO 6.5.2]: Illegal type specifier, 'long long', assuming 'long'.

You cannot use this compiler for any program that uses an interface that
needs long long.

BTW: C99 requires long long but the Large File summit from 1995 did to the
same since 1995. An 32 bit OS that supports large files cannot have a compiler
that does not support long long.

If TenDRA C does support 64 bit integral type in a different way. TenDRA C
would need to deliver include files that take care about this fact.


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